3 Sets of Questions to Get Started on Needfinding Your Ideal Candidate

August 26, 2014

This post was written by Joy Liu, Director of Strategy here at Jump. You can get in touch with her directly by commenting on this post.  Needfinding provides extraordinarily powerful tools for uncovering strategic connections, and here at Jump, it’s something we use a lot. On a project to develop new businesses for a healthcare

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Seismic Scaling: Aftershocks and Confusion in Contextual Measurement

August 25, 2014

This post was written by Matthew Ford, a strategist here at Jump. You can find him on Twitter @matthewdford, or get in touch with him by commenting on this post. After the largest earthquake in 25 years shook the Bay Area yesterday, people both in the area and across the country were left puzzled trying

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3 Sets of Questions to Get Started on Needfinding Your Career

August 20, 2014

This post was written by Joy Liu, Director of Strategy here at Jump. You can get in touch with her directly by commenting on this post. Here at Jump, we regularly use the tools and methods of needfinding to understand the needs and capabilities of people and organizations, and how they can strategically work together

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Can Machines Teach Us About the Next ‘Sharing Economy?’

August 14, 2014

This post was written by Mark Techaphunphol, Technology Lead here at Jump. You can get in touch with him directly by commenting on this post. The other night, I was dining with friends in the city when one of them called to say she was running late. “Why don’t you just take a Lyft? Our

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There’s More to Artisanal Toast Than You Might Think

August 8, 2014

This post was written by Joseph Shields, Senior Strategist here at Jump. You can find home on Twitter @jshields1280, or get in touch with him directly by commenting on this post.  I live near Trouble. No, I don’t live in a dangerous part of town—I live near (and frequent) Trouble Coffee & Coconut Club, a

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Expense Reporting: 4 Questions to Ask Before Going Digital

August 7, 2014

This post was written by Leigh Solidum, Accounting Manager here at Jump. You can get in touch with her directly by commenting on this post. Depending on whom you’re talking to within a company, expense reporting can range from a simple, painless task, to a drawn-out, arduous one. Some employees actually enjoy taping down receipts

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Idea Athletes: 4 Commonalities Between Elite Athletes and Business Leaders

August 4, 2014

  This post was written by Michael Sena, a strategist here at Jump. You can find him on Twitter @somemikesena, or get in touch with him by commenting on this post.  Elite business leaders routinely face ambiguous problems that demand hybrid solutions. The question “What comes after the electric car?” doesn’t have any clear guidelines

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